Amanda Collin made her screen debut in the romantic comedy television series, ‘Sjit Happens’ in 2013. She played the role of ‘tLærke / Amanda’ and remained a part of the show until it went off-air in 2017. She went on to make her silver screen debut in the 2014 Danish film ‘Flow’ directed by Fenar Ahmad. The film received a positive response from critics. That same year, she also joined the cast of the comedy television series ‘Banken: New Normal’ where she grabbed the role of ‘Rikke.’ She starred in 5 episodes and remained on the show until 2015. Collin portrayed ‘Rakel’ in the 2016 Danish film ‘A Conspiracy of Faith’ directed by Hans Petter Moland. The film took its inspiration from a novel by Jussi Adler-Olsen. That same year, Collin also played the role of ‘Charlotte’ in the American sitcom ‘Splitting Up Together’ developed by Emily Kapnek. In 2017, she starred in the Christian Tafdrup-directed Danish drama film ‘A Terrible Woman.’ The film quickly sunk into controversy right after release as many female reviewers strongly disapproved of it. Collin next appeared in films and television series like ‘Tæt på sandheden med Jonathan Spang’ (2018), ‘Theo & Den Magiske Talisman’ (2018), ‘Resin’ (2019), and ‘The Exception’ (2019). In 2020, she became a part of the American science fiction drama television series ‘Raised by Wolves’ where she portrayed ‘Mother/Lamia.’ The series was canceled after 2 seasons in 2022.